Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates: The Abu Dhabi School of Government (ADSG) will participate in one of the region’s leading technology events, GITEX 2021, where it will showcase how it continues to empower Abu Dhabi government employees through captivating and enriching learning journeys.
As part of its endeavor to enhance competencies of human capital in Abu Dhabi, the ADSG partners with leading entities across multiple industries in order to provide participants, enrolees, and learners direct access to world-class learning experiences.
H.E. Mohamed Gheyath Mohammed, Acting Director-General at ADSG said: “We are thrilled to be participating at GITEX once again, where we will have the fantastic opportunity to convene with industry specialists and leading educators from across the region to examine new avenues of digitization. As part of our commitment to the enhancement of the education experience and learning development of Abu Dhabi government employees and the wider community, our participation in this year’s edition will continue to help us further identify potential areas to improve our world-class programs and platforms.”
His Excellency added: “As the Abu Dhabi government and related industries continue to digitally transform, it is imperative that we champion innovative practices in order to develop a sustainable knowledge-based economy and support the Emirate’s growth as a leading hub for innovation and technology, and we are thrilled to witness this embodiment in the passion of this year’s exhibitors.”
To date, ADSG has created and developed over 23 programs and courses, which equips and strengthens employees in Abu Dhabi with the necessary skills and expertise to navigate the future and current labour markets.
About Abu Dhabi School of Government (ADSG):
ADSG was established in 2018 and is the government entity responsible for overseeing and planning the learning and development of all Abu Dhabi government employees. Its remit is to develop the most effective government workforce for the emirate through the provision of high-quality training and development activities, based on international best practice, while considering the priorities and requirements of Abu Dhabi.
To achieve its mandate of offering a world-class comprehensive learning experience to UAE government employees, ADSG is forging partnerships with the best local and international academic institutions, as well as online educational platforms from around the world.
For more information about Abu Dhabi School of Government, visit www.adsg.gov.abudhabi
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